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Poll: What option would you pick?
Option 1
35%
14
Option 2
58%
23
Go back home
8%
3
I got manager to make this poll
MissLondon
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Abby wrote:
MissLondon wrote:
For me, going home wouldn’t be an option
because I’d have the ny mentality
”if I can make it here, I can make it anywhere”


option 1 sounds great
but, I wouldn’t want the stress of
looking for a place in 6 months
I like that option 2 covers housing and other expenses 
because I’d like the reassurance of knowing
that should I have to take a few days 
off due to being ill
things still get paid.
Also the added degree
sweetens the deal for me

good luck with whatever
option you choose ❤️
I can relate to that SO much
I do believe that I would've made it in my home country, or the one I live in currently,
but it's not.. doesn't feel like home, and in Germany, I just felt so comfortable...
well yeah.

And yes, the degree is just a REALLY secure one way for being able to just geet the language, and secure a job that WILL pay a respectable paycheck, just need to work hard enough for it to be in Germany if I will pick that choice
and thank you! much appreciated!
I get it, but just the fact
that you made the move
that’s boss bitch grown woman shit
Just that step alone
proves that you can do anything ok 
sorry, not trying to be preachy
it’s just nice to witness 
when someone is following/conquering 
their dream/living their best life
Abby
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Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
Abby wrote:
Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
its better to learn the language if u work and live there for some years .
do what u feel like idk
good luck <3
True, just by knowing the language I can find so much more job opportunities... insane
And sadly I do not know for sure what to do, which is why I wanna hear points other people might bring, to both options, good or bad points
to do the thinking myself.
And thank you a lot! really appreciated !
i would really love to work in a farm. they have really nice nature there .  if that would be a good idea for u? 
 
A farm... damn.. fun fact, I attended a secondary school that was a youth village, but an old-style village, it was a boarding school, so it had dorms, a big ass dining hall, the school, AND a farm! 
I used to love working there so much, with the cows, chicken, horses, but my most favorite was working on a tractor in the fields.
the memories.
I graduated highschool with majoring in agricultural major so I CAN work in a farm technically, but my dream and passion is museums and history, working with old and ancient artifacts... ohhh ye
Abby
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MissLondon wrote:
Abby wrote:
I can relate to that SO much
I do believe that I would've made it in my home country, or the one I live in currently,
but it's not.. doesn't feel like home, and in Germany, I just felt so comfortable...
well yeah.

And yes, the degree is just a REALLY secure one way for being able to just geet the language, and secure a job that WILL pay a respectable paycheck, just need to work hard enough for it to be in Germany if I will pick that choice
and thank you! much appreciated!
I get it, but just the fact
that you made the move
that’s boss bitch grown woman shit
Just that step alone
proves that you can do anything ok 
sorry, not trying to be preachy
it’s just nice to witness 
when someone is following/conquering 
their dream/living their best life
I actually very much appreciate the "preach", when all my friends tell me to drop it all and come back home, encouraging words like that to keep me going and remind me I'm doing the right thing to achieve my goals and dreams.
And thank you again, I really appreciate it, as I said and will say again, reminds me that I'm doing what I want to finally do, and following my path even if it's hard will be worth it.
Abby
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Ngl I didn't expect this much answers on the poll but I'm glad, wish you could just share the points as to why you picked one option over the other
Abby
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I also only now noticed one person saying to go home lol
well it is an option but damn
Private
International star



I’d go for number two 
studying is nice and you have your whole life left to just work
Abby
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Raquelle wrote:
I’d go for number two 
studying is nice and you have your whole life left to just work
fair, although it's not my plan forever.. and I plan on studying again
and again
If I could I'd study a lot, I plan on getting a BA, MBA, then a PhD
Why? because if I aim at being a director of an important museum I need those titles and well, as much knowledge as I can get,
so yeah maybe starting there can help
Fantasy
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clicked option 3 on accident, would def go with option 2
Abby
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Fantasy wrote:
clicked option 3 on accident, would def go with option 2
lmao that's good to know, thank you for the input, any reason as to why 2 and not 1?
Fantasy
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Abby wrote:
Fantasy wrote:
clicked option 3 on accident, would def go with option 2
lmao that's good to know, thank you for the input, any reason as to why 2 and not 1?
I feel like u can always go and find a place to work but u can't get such an easy access to education, esp with all the accommodations and all that u listed, I would def go for the education option c:
Abby
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Fantasy wrote:
Abby wrote:
Fantasy wrote:
clicked option 3 on accident, would def go with option 2
lmao that's good to know, thank you for the input, any reason as to why 2 and not 1?
I feel like u can always go and find a place to work but u can't get such an easy access to education, esp with all the accommodations and all that u listed, I would def go for the education option c:
Well yes, although because I don't have a work permit or an EU visa it's much harder to find a job
and noted, good point the education one
Abby
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